Germany says a failure to curb climate change could cost the world "a lot more" than the trillions of dollars the US President claims he is saving by quitting the 2015 Paris accord.
Electric cars could costs more across the US if Donald Trump's plan to end subsidies on them succeeds, a move seen as retaliation for GM announcing factory closures and job losses.
China's rise has been spectacular — hundreds of millions of people lifted out of poverty by their hard work. But we often lose perspective on just how powerful the country is, writes Kori Schake.
Meeting with Australia's leader at the G20 Summit in Argentina, the US President gets a personal explanation of events that led to him meeting Scott Morrison as Prime Minister — not the man he has been used to meeting at the White House, in New York and at world summits for the last two years.
The US President warns the White House is "now looking at cutting all GM subsidies" in the wake of the company announcing it is closing five car factories and laying off 14,000 workers.
Donald Trump is, perhaps inadvertently, providing some evidence that might support a key plank of one-time rival Bernie Sanders' economic policies.
The White House sends Jim Acosta a letter saying it has made the "preliminary decision" to suspend his pass, just days after a federal judge ordered that his media credentials be temporarily restored.
The White House backs down on its decision to suspend CNN reporter Jim Acosta's press pass after days of pressure and looming legal action, but unveils new rules governing future press conferences.
A federal judge in Washington is ordering the Trump administration to immediately return the White House press credentials of CNN reporter Jim Acosta, temporarily restoring his access while the case is pending.